[Openstack-operators] [horizon] auth error when failing over to backup node when load balancing
joel.cooklin at gmail.com
Thu Jul 18 18:04:55 UTC 2013
Thanks for your response. Because of the statement
'django_openstack_auth>=1.0.7' in tools/pip-requires the openstack_auth had
been upgraded to 1.1.0 when I installed the virt env for horizon. After
downgrading to the module to 1.0.7 it works as expected.
On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:04 PM, Kieran Spear <kispear at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Joel,
> On 18/07/2013, at 12:39 PM, Joel Cooklin <joel.cooklin at gmail.com> wrote:
> When I authenticate against 01 and then force it to fail so that 02 takes
> the next request (on refresh). I get the error that 'dict' object has no
> attribute 'user'.
> I am running grizzly/stable and both member nodes have the same
> SECRET_KEY. While debugging I have found that the token is extracted from
> the session OK in openstack_auth/backend.py(48) however it does not have an
> attribute 'user' as it does when authenticating against the original node
> (01). The token pulled from the session does however have a 'user' with a
> more comprehensive structure in it than is expected if the 'user' attribute
> ipdb> l
> 24 request.session['user_id'] = user.id
> 25 request.session['region_endpoint'] = user.endpoint
> 26 request.session['services_region'] = user.services_region
> ---> 29 def create_user_from_token(request, token, endpoint,
> 30 #import ipdb; ipdb.set_trace()
> 31 return User(id=token.user['id'],
> 32 token=token,
> 33 user=token.user['name'],
> 34 user_domain_id=token.user_domain_id,
> ipdb> token.user
> *** AttributeError: 'dict' object has no attribute 'user'
> Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
> Are you running openstack_auth from master? Or was that just for
> debugging? The ubuntu cloud archive ships with 1.0.7, it's possible more
> recent releases introduced a compatibility issue.
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